It may be the ball locking mechanism(it helps the gear stick stay in place on not jump out of gear) that is found under the gear stick or on the transmission. You may need to replace or it could just been loosen of.
Could be a frozen clutch pack. Time for a transmission rebuild.
My assumption is that when "hold" is engaged the transmission will not upshift but instead stay in the selected gear
if manual transmission it will cause undue wear on the throw out bearing
The manual transmission RX8 has a capacity of about 7.1 US quarts, however on an oil change you will only be putting in about 3.7-4.5 quarts. This is due to the oil cooling system, a couple quarts stay in the line and the front oil coolers.
designations, POWER changes the shift points so that you stay in lower gears a little longer, and MAN is a manual override that puts it in a Tiptronic-like mode. If these switches really don`t do anything, those features of the transmission may be inoperable
get your transmission checked out. these transmissions are well known to fail
A bad computer could cause several problems. The car may not shift properly. The overdrive might not work. In some models the transmission may stay in forward gears no matter what the selector is set to.
When you put it in gear, does it pop out? What gears? If so, you probably have a bad transmission. It the clutch is slipping, you need to adjust the clutch cable.
possibly why transmission does not shiftI have a 94 Mazda 929 with the v6 3 liter twin cam,automatic transmission. My problem was because all three of the catalytic converters were stopped up, i simply had them removed, due to tremeendous price difference, and the problem cleared up. However i had 1st and 2nd gear only. If this problem persists,it is possible it could be transmission filter or the governer,which is generally located just inside the transmission pan i think...
on My Honda The S light lights up when i go from Automatic to Standard or Manual like Transmission.
Jumping out of gear in a manual transmission is usually a sign of a worn detent in the internal shift linkage under the shift cover. This usually requires a rebuild of the transmission.
The switch on the transmission is bad. It usually looks like a bolt with two wires going to it. Check a service manual they are easy to replace.
With an automatic transmission, there are four or five gears, each gear bigger than the last. The bigger the gear the higher the speed. But once in a while, you need power, or "torque", to tow heavy items or carry great weights up steep hills, for example. Since your automatic transmission Is not a mind reader, it switches gears from low to high regardless of what you are towing. So using "low gear" forces the transmission to stay in the low gear even at speeds where it wants to go higher. This gives you less speed but more torque (power), so you will be able to make it up the hill without burning out your transmission. So only use low gear when towing or carrying great extra weight and do not drive fast, read your manual for low gear speed limits so you don't blow your transmission.
The airbag light on a 2003 Mazda Tribute will stay on if a defect is detected in the system. This can include the sensor or the airbag itself which should be immediately repaired.
Because you don't speak English...... You shouldn't work on anything anyway.
well, there's a doohicky called a TCC solenoid. Basically, when the engine exceeds a certain temperature and the vehicle attains a certain speed, this solenoid engages and locks the lower gears out of the transmission. This feature significantly improves mileage because it makes the transmission lighter. When the vehicle drops back below a certain speed, the solenoid clicks off and drops the lower gears back into the drivetrain. However, this particular solenoid is located IN the transmission, so it gets sticky after a few years, leading to a situation where the lower gears stay locked and the car makes an unpleasant BAM sound as it tries to shift into lower gears. The short term solution is to disconnect the solenoid, though this will cost you a little mpg. Any mechanic worth a cent will be able to do this in about 30 seconds and won't charge you for it. Replacement is rather expensive as it involves taking the transmission apart.
Buy a new one.
Look in your owners manual to see exactly what this light means. If it is the Sport Light. There is a problem with the transmission. Take it to a Honda dealer or a trusted independent. Stay away from chain transmission shops.
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A 1994 Jeep Laredo might stay in overdrive if the transmission is bad. It can also be caused by low transmission fluid levels.
NO. It won't even begin to bolt up. you have to stay below the year 2000 to get 1 to fit.
No. Sorry. That's probably going to stay in the realm of Gears of War
Stay in the light and use every last bullet on that sucker.
Yes it is. 2wd must stay with 2wd and 4wd must stay with 4wd. 6cyl ones must stay with 6 cyl ones. The 96 though will need to transfers it's Speed sensors to the older transmission.